|$1,000 Seven Card Stud Split||Mickey Appleman||$30,800||Unknown|
|$1,000 No Limit Hold'em||Robert Bone||$69,000||Unknown|
|$2,000 Draw High||Pat Callihan||$15,600||Unknown|
|$400 Ladies' Seven Card Stud||Debby Callihan||$14,880||Unknown|
|$5,000 Seven Card Stud||Peet Chris||$90,000||Stu Ungar|
|$10,000 Deuce to Seven Draw||Sarge Ferris||$150,000||Unknown|
|$1,500 No Limit Hold'em||Gene Fisher||$113,400||Unknown|
|$1,000 Ace to Five Draw||Jim Fugatti||$35,600||Unknown|
|$600 Mixed Doubles||A. J. Myers & Lynn Harvey||$7,380||Unknown|
|$500 Seven Card Stud||Bobby Schwing||$52,800||Unknown|
|$1,000 Seven Card Razz||Lakewood Louie||$33,600||Unknown|
There were 73 entrants to the main event. Each paid $10,000 to enter the tournament. In a thrilling end to the match, both went all-in; Ungar with 4 5 and twice-champion Brunson with A 7 with an A 7 2 3 turn. This would be Ungar's first of three wins.
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